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Sustainability and systemic change resistance

The problem of environmental sustainability has been difficult to solve. The modern environmental movement was an attempt to solve the problem in a wide variety of ways. But little progress was made, as shown by severe ecological footprint of emi ...

                                               

Sustainability measurement

Measurement of sustainability is the quantitative basis for the informed management of sustainability. Metrics used to measure sustainability are still developing, including: indicators, criteria, audits, indexes and accounting, as well as assess ...

                                               

Sustainability reporting

The report on sustainable development is an organizational report that gives information about economic, environmental, social and governance performance. Reporting in the field of sustainable development is not just report generation from collec ...

                                               

Sustainability standards and certification

Sustainability standards and certifications are voluntary, usually third party-assessed, norms and standards relating to the environment, such as the standard IFGICT, social, ethical and food safety issues, adopted by companies to demonstrate the ...

                                               

Sustainable architecture

Sustainable architecture is architecture that seeks to minimize the negative environmental impact of work efficiency and moderation in the use of materials, energy, space and development, and ecosystems in General. Sustainable architecture uses a ...

                                               

The Sustainable City

A sustainable city is the development of 46 ha in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Located on the street al-qudrah, this is the first net zero energy development in the Emirate of Dubai. The development includes 500 villas, 89 apartments and a multif ...

                                               

Sustainable Development Goal 16

The goal of sustainable development 16 – peace, justice and strong institutions – is one of the 17 sustainable development Goals, established by the United Nations in 2015. This "promote peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable developmen ...

                                               

Sustainable Development Online

Sustainable development online-an international bibliographic database and part of the EnviroWindows environmental information website. According to the SDO website, its role in the "map constantly changing field of sustainable development, and p ...

                                               

Sustainable development reserve (Brazil)

Sustainable development reserve in Brazil is a type of protected area, inhabited by traditional populations, which strives to preserve nature while preserving and improving the lives of the population through sustainable development.

                                               

Sustainable markets

Sustainable markets can be loosely defined as those that promote good sources of livelihoods and more sustainable environment. In conjunction with the pursuit of sustainable development, these markets have multiple focus on social, environmental ...

                                               

Sustainable redevelopment

Sustainable redevelopment is the doctrine within which a state, organization or individual can work to recreate a socio-economic position attained prior to the event deconstructive in sustainable and environmental activities. The doctrine is base ...

                                               

Sustainable regional development

Sustainable regional development is the application of sustainable development at the regional, rather than local, national or global level. It differs to regional development per se, as the latter term is used more broadly to describe economic d ...

                                               

Systemic development

System development is a process of understanding development, which uses a systematic approach, thinking to create a solution to social, environmental and economic shocks that the world is suffering from.

                                               

Teachers Without Borders

Teachers without borders is an international organization started in 1980 with a mission to connect teachers to information and each other in order to close the gap of education and is based on the premise that teachers are the change agents comm ...

                                               

Triple top line

Triple top line first mentioned by McDonough and Braungart. Triple bottom line accounting system invented by John Elkington in 1994 to harmonize the sustainability and intentions of the case when it comes to profit, while the triple top line focu ...

                                               

United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs

United Nations Department of economic and social Affairs is part of the Secretariat of the United Nations and is responsible for the implementation of the outcomes of the major summits of the United Nations and conferences, as well as services of ...

                                               

VinylPlus

VinylPlus was founded, the European Council of vinyl manufacturers, the European Association of manufacturers of stabilizers, plasticizers and the European trade converters in 2011, when the PVC industry resumed its previous initiatives under the ...

                                               

Women Engage for a Common Future

Women for a common future, formerly known as women in Europe for a common future, is a non-governmental organization created in 1994 after the Earth summit 1992 in Rio de Janeiro. The organizations goal is to achieve equitable and sustainable hea ...

                                               

World Business Council for Sustainable Development

World business Council for sustainable development is a CEO-led organization of more than 200 international companies. The Council also is associated with 60 national and regional business councils and partner organizations. Its origins date back ...

                                               

World Institute of Sustainable Development Planners

Worldwide Institute for sustainable development planner was created in 2017, Oct and is a partner Association of UNESCO Hong Kong. WISDP is a training and research Institute collaborates with the policy of sustainable development of the United Na ...

                                               

Social edition

Social Edition is a form of textual scholarship that uses social media as Wikimedia or blogs, to create annotated editions of texts. Crompton, Arbuckle and Siemens to describe that "the use of social media allows the integration of a new stage in ...

                                               

Kurt Aland

Kurt Aland was a German theologian and biblical scholar who specialized in New Testament textual criticism. He founded the Institut fur neutestamentliche Textforschung in münster and served as its first Director from 1959-83. He was one of the ed ...

                                               

Apographa

The apograf refers to the copy or decrypt some texts, usually religious or ecclesiastical, and not the original autographs of the authors or writers.

                                               

Apollonius of Rhodes

Apollonius of Rhodes was an ancient Greek author, known for his Argonautica, an epic poem about Jason and the Argonauts and the quest for the Golden Fleece. The poem is one of the few surviving monuments of the epic genre and it was innovative an ...

                                               

Aristarchus of Samothrace

Aristarchus of Samothrace was a grammarian noted as the most influential of all scholars of Homeric poetry. He was the librarian of the library of Alexandria and seems to have succeeded his teacher Aristophanes of Byzantium in that role. Aristarc ...

                                               

Applied Research in Patacriticism

Applied research in Patacriticism was a digital Humanities lab at the University of Virginia and Jerome Mcgann and Joanna Drucker. ARPS open source tools include Juxta, Ivanhoe, and collex. The call is the social software and faceted browsing bac ...

                                               

Joseph Bedier

Bedier used Kriegstagebucher diaries of German soldiers from different military ranks in the First world war as a source for various articles relating to what he describes as the atrocities caused by Belgian civilians and French soldiers. Some of ...

                                               

Johann Albrecht Bengel

Johann Albrecht Bengel, also known as Bengelius, was a Lutheran priest pietist and Greek-language scholar known for his edition of the Greek New Testament and his commentaries on it.

                                               

Richard Bentley

Richard Bentley was an English classical scholar, critic, theologian. He was the master of Trinity College, Cambridge. Bentley became the first Englishman on a par with the great heroes of classical learning and was known for his literary and tex ...

                                               

Biblical manuscript

A biblical manuscript is any handwritten portion of the text of the Bible. The biblical manuscripts of various sizes, from tiny scrolls containing individual verses from the Hebrew Scriptures to huge polyglot codices that contains the Hebrew Bibl ...

                                               

Bibliographical Society of the University of Virginia

Bibliographical society of the University of Virginia scientific society, founded in 1947 at the University of Virginia, Charlottesville, to encourage interest in books and manuscripts, maps, printing, graphic arts and literature, and textual cri ...

                                               

Bibliography

Bibliography, as a discipline, is traditionally the academic study of books as physical, cultural objects; in this sense, it is also known as bibliology. Carter and Barker describe bibliography as a twofold scholarly discipline - the organized li ...

                                               

Andrei Ivanovich Bogdanov

Andrei Ivanovich Bogdanov was one of the first of Russian bibliographers and historians. Andrey Bogdanov was born in Siberia, his father was a gunpowder-maker and Andrew helped him in his work. After his family moved to the newly founded Saint Pe ...

                                               

BonPatron

BonPatron online spelling and grammar checker for French. The site also includes guides on grammar, vocabulary, phonetics and verb conjugation.

                                               

Book censorship

Book censorship is an act of authority taken measures to suppression of ideas and information in the book. Censorship is "the regulation of freedom of speech and other forms of entrenched authority". Censors usually defined as a concerned parent, ...

                                               

Fredson Bowers

Bowers was a graduate of brown University and Harvard MD from the University he taught at Princeton University before moving to the University of Virginia in 1938. Bowers served as a captain in the Navy of the United States during world war II, l ...

                                               

Byzantine text-type

The Byzantine text-type is one of several text-types used in textual criticism to describe the textual character of Greek New Testament manuscripts. It is found in the greatest number of surviving manuscripts, though not the oldest. New Testament ...

                                               

Calendar (archives)

Calendar, in the context of archival science, and textual scholarship and archival publication, a list of documents. The verb in the calendar means to compile or change this list. The word is used differently in Britain and North America, in term ...

                                               

Center for the Study of New Testament Manuscripts

Center for the study of manuscripts of the New Testament is a 501 non-profit organization whose mission is to digitally preserve Greek New Testament manuscripts. To that end, CSNTM takes digital photographs of the manuscript institutions, librari ...

                                               

Christian interpolation

Christian interpolation is a child category of Scribal interpolation in the transmission of the manuscript. In textual criticism the term is usually refers to specific cases of text entry and text the detriment of the Jewish sources of Christian ...

                                               

Conjecture (textual criticism)

The hypothesis of a critical reconstruction of the original reading is clearly corrupt, contaminated, nonsensical or illegible textual fragment. The hypothesis is one of the methods of textual criticism used by philologists while commenting or du ...

                                               

Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum

Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum is a comprehensive collection of ancient Latin inscriptions. It is the authoritative source for documenting the surviving epigraphy of antiquity. Public and private inscriptions shed light on all aspects of Roman li ...

                                               

Critical apparatus

The critical apparatus is the critical and primary source material that accompanies an edition of the text. The critical apparatus is often a by-product of textual criticism. Many publications use standard format for a critical apparatus, as show ...

                                               

Critical edition (opera)

Critical edition of the Opera was defined by American musicologist Philip Gossett as "a publication that builds on the capabilities of the best and most accurate sources for an Opera. This means that it should study the entire history of the exec ...

                                               

Diplomatics

Diplomatics, or diplomatic, is the scientific discipline focused on the critical analysis of documents of historical documents. It focuses on how conventions, protocols and formulae that have been used by document creators, and uses these to incr ...

                                               

Wilhelm Dittenberger

Wilhelm Dittenberger was the son of the Protestant theologian Wilhelm Dittenberger Theophor. After attending school in Heidelberg and Weimar was then headed by Hermann Sauppe, he studied classical Philology in Jena from 1859 transferred to göttin ...

                                               

Dittography

Dittography is the accidental, erroneous act of repeating a letter, word, phrase or combination of letters by a scribe or scribe. This term is used in the field of textual criticism. The opposite phenomenon, in which the copyist skips the text, s ...

                                               

Draft document

Drafting preliminary stage written work in which the author begins to develop a more cohesive product. The draft document is the product the writer creates in the initial stages of the writing process. In the development stage, the author: Organi ...

                                               

E. A. Lowe Lectures

Triennial E. A. Lowe lectures continued lecture series held in Corpus Christi College, Oxford, in memory of the noted palaeographer E. A. Lowe, who was an honorary fellow of the College from 1954 until his death in 1969. They are supplied is know ...

                                               

Editio Critica Maior

Edition care major is a critical edition of the Greek New Testament, produced by the Institut fur neutestamentliche Textforschung - known, for example, the Novum Testamentum Graece, in cooperation with other international institutions. The ECM is ...

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